Post # 1
I’ve been a lurker for a long time and finally had the guts to ask. =)
Fiance isn’t really into the wedding planning, but gives his two sense whenever needed. (He also always nods to whatever I like) Anyhow, earlier today, I asked him whether our what princess theme we should go with, Cinderella, Jasmine, Belle? I was hoping he’d give me the easy way out, but instead, he said. . . . "I want you to be your own princess."
I’m darned out of ideas – Where to start? I want something a la frou frou . . . different from the disney batch. . . Still am stumped.
Post # 3
Hi Can you elaborate on what you are looking for? Its hard to answer this question.
Are you looking for ideas for a unique "fairy tale" wedding?
Post # 4
I’m with your FI; don’t arbitrarily pick a Disney princess to base your wedding on. You can easily have a princess-type theme without picking a specific fairy tale. You can have a crown motif on your cake, you can wear a giant ballgown, you can have things look "royal" or "frou frou" without throwing in glass slippers, spinning wheels, or frogs everywhere. 😉
Post # 5
Watch the movie the Princess Diaries for inspiration 🙂
Post # 6
Thanks ladies! I totally agree to chug the frogs and mice thing. "Frou Frou" is def what I’m going for. So that would mean crowns, jewels and maybe feathers?
To elaborate a bit more, We’re getting married at one of the Disney Parks – I’m not sure which one just yet. . . I def don’t want mickey heads galore, but I just want to be a princess.
So far, I am planning on a ballgown dress, a ‘heavenly’ lit cake w/ a castle topper – but that’s pretty much it.
I’m envyous of you ladies who can come up with ideas & ideaboards so quickly.
Post # 7
Maybe you can ask the gal over at Snippet and Ink to help with inspiration. She might like the challenge.
Post # 8
Why don’t you try and lean towards Giselle? The new princess from Disney’s Enchanted?
They are selling TONS of "big girl" accessories and more at the Disney shops, and I just picked up my own "Enchanted" necklace yesterday after I saw the movie at a Disney theatre.
The look of Giselle’s wedding is Frou Frou and should fit your bill!
Post # 9
Feathers, rich fabrics like silk and velvet, gold, rhinestone or crystal accents, horse-and-carriage, long silk gloves, cozy cushions on four poster beds, china teacups, fleur-di-lis, tiaras, pearls, sashes, candlelight, ringlets…that’s what I think of when I think "princess" in the classic sense. Sounds like fun!!
There is also apparently a "princess flower" (in royal purple, of course!); it’s at the bottom of this page:
Post # 10
Thank you soooooo much. It might be my lack of sleep that keeps the mouse from spinning, but after ALL these replies, i think the mice just got a dose of my favorite energy drink!
MissMandy, I haven’t seen Enchanted yet – but have always been wanting too (seriously need to take a day / night off from work) – Thanks for leading me into that direction!
amysue, Thanks so much for those small details. Those would go GREAT! I didn’t know there was a ‘princess flower’
Again, Thank you so much!!